The Drew Crew heads to a crime convention and solves two cases for the price of nothing. Well, a temporary possession, but that's it.
The kids are already in too deep and honestly, it took longer than I expected. Meanwhile, as the series takes a 3-week hiatus, it all ends with a cliffhanger.
Nancy and the Crew make progress on the Frozen Heart Killer case this week. Unfortunately, Nancy does it by putting herself and others at risk.
Jerrie finds a lead in the search for Ronald. Meanwhile, Cassie and Jenny get a big lead of their own for their newly shared case. (It's bodies.)
Roswell, New Mexico ends the season with all the science talk you can handle and Salome, a registered scientologian, understands it all.
Evil ends season 3 with a lot of unanswered questions and a 100% more cannibalism than usual. So basically, it's a pretty typical (but fun) episode.
Nancy Drew returns for season 3. Luckily, things have settled down in Horseshoe Bay. Hahaha, just kidding--there's a serial killer now.
As Max and the other teens try to stay cool, the criminal enterprise they've bumped into only expands this week. That means we meet two new terrible criminals.
"The Town with Pep" becomes "The Town with Pop's" and a real-life town again, as Riverdale ends its fifth season. But don't worry, season 6 is coming very soon.
The gang begins phase one of their new, new plan to defeat Jones. Or at least, I hope it's phase one, because this better not be the whole thing.
It's a case of the creepy dolls this week, as we have no multiple Eddies wreaking havoc in the Evil world. Great, just what we need.
Big Sky returns with new mysteries, new characters, and a new bad thing for Ronald to experience. Woof, hate it for him.
Riverdale sneaks in another musical episode, as Alice and Betty try to grieve the loss of Polly.
Everyone gets closer to the magic formula, and that includes Jones, who still has some tricks up his sleeve.
We get an answer, kind of, to the mystery of what's been up with Kristen this season. Meanwhile, the assessors assess a Satanic church for the IRS.
Riverdale solves this season's two biggest mysteries and it only ends in heartbreak.
The race is on between our friends and evil alien overlord Jones to find the science! Whoever finds the science first will win!
Just a week after promising not to, David and the assessors go after RSM Fertility. Hey, what does RSM stand for, again?
Cheryl is probably becoming a saint. Or a demon. Or a mothwoman, which is maybe a possibility on this show. Also, the Jason hath spoken and he said, thou shalt not break into song. Maybe he's got a point.